WT

(redirected from wireless telegraphy)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to wireless telegraphy: Tesla coil, Guglielmo Marconi, Nikola Tesla
AcronymDefinition
WTWeight
WTWild Type (genetics)
WTWorld Trade
WTWorld Tour
WTWar Thunder (game)
WTWhat The …
WTWall Thickness
WTWilcoxon Test
WTWarrant (stock market)
WTWalk Through (boat style)
WTWire Transfer (financial transaction)
WTWind Tunnel
WTWashington Times
WTWing Tsun (martial art)
WTWorld Traveler
WTWhite Trash
WTWritten Test
WTWorking Title (entertainment industry)
WTWatertight
WTWireless Telecommunications
WTWatch Tower
WTWithout Thinking
WTWalkie Talkie
WTWork-Time (NIOSH)
WTWilms Tumor (aka nephroblastoma)
WTWolfteam (online game)
WTWarping Tug (US DoD)
WTWashington Technology
WTWarped Tour (music event)
WTWithholding Tax
WTWavelet Transform
WTWoodland Trust (UK)
WTWeb Technology
WTWireless Telegraphy
WTWrite Through
WTWealth Tax
WTWhite Tower
WTWorship Together (Christian music series)
WTWhiskey Tango
WTWeight Transmitter (various companies)
WTWater Tender
WTWaste Transfer
WTWrong Tell (gaming chat)
WTWorld Tomorrow
WTWork Ticket
WTWindfall Tax
WTNigeria Airways Ltd (IATA airline code)
WTWatch Tour
WTWeapons Technician (USN Rating)
WTWeapon Testing
WTWhitin Temptation (band)
WTWichita Transit
WTWithout Ticket
WTWard-Takahashi (identities/relations)
WTWinnipeg Transit
WTWegtransport (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek)
WTWalter Tell (Swiss scouting)
WTWeighted TeraFLOP (floating point operation)
WTWhale Tracker
WTWitty Tirade (website)
WTWire Transmit
WTWhale Trust
References in periodicals archive ?
The Corps' history notes that wireless telegraphy was of virtually no use during the first two years of the conflict describing it as "negligible" on the Somme in the fall of 1916.
Corporate governance is often a mirror image of what goes on in politics, and as if the convoluted structure of companies both in Britain and America was not enough, there was the additional complication of the company founded by Guglielmo Marconi to promote his wireless telegraphy.
At this time, there was a tremendous amount of research and work taking place on wireless telegraphy, or radio.
The book's first readers linked this to contemporary technology while noting that it exceeded present capabilities (though the end of the century would bring wireless telegraphy or "radio").
In 1910 Crippen became renowned as the first criminal to be captured by wireless telegraphy.
UK Broadband's current Wireless Telegraphy Act licence is understood to permit the company to operate broadband fixed wireless access in the 3.
The new Wireless Telegraphy Act (2006), which came into force on 8 December 2006 and supersedes previous legislation, allows the use of such transmitters with personal digital music players.
The murder achieved legendary status through the method of his capture - the first by use of wireless telegraphy - and the bizarre method in which the couple took flight across the Atlantic.
A conversation with Changuito from the Dog Head Gang to Wireless Telegraphy
They were trained in Scotland, in such skills as parachute jumps, wireless telegraphy, the use of guns and explosives, unarmed combat and 'silent' killing.
Full browser ?